Villa Stirka

Pod Stirkou, 3/1800, Prague, Bohemia, 182 00, Czech Republic | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Prague

Bye Bye Bohemia - Regensburg & Prague then Home

A travel blog entry by marybc


... avoid (our group chipped in enough tip money to pay his fine). The drive to our first stop, Prague Castle, took us along more seedy roads before crossing the bridge for the long drive to the top of the hill. The twisty road took us past some very expensive houses that were right next to boarded up and abandoned homes that looked like they could never be repaired. Turns out that after the Velvet Revolution (when the Russians left) property confiscated by ...

Prague - Day Three

A travel blog entry by mugharrington


... Skopovy will be our only souvenir of Prague. WAIT A SECOND; I haven’t had any of this world famous Czech beer. OK, let’s try 'em all! Off to the Prague Beer Museum which is really a bar that has about 30 different beers on tap. I ordered a tasting of 5 different beers – totally illegal in Utah and I loved being scandalous! I liked them all except the Svijany Weizen -- ...


A travel blog entry by greenc14


... on top and Army made sliced potatoes with garlic and onions. And on top of that I made Sangria that everyone seemed to love. This was a really great meal that we were both really proud of. On Friday we went to the Prague Castle and ended up getting a free tour by some dude named Keith who is from California but now lives in Prague. The thing with the Prague castle is that it is not a castle in the traditional sense, but rather it is a number of buildings ...

Castles & Communism

A travel blog entry by mrandmrstopp


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Unfrightened and poorer, we finally made it up the hill to Prague Castle. The place is massive, and found out later that its the biggest castle complex in the world. Its free to wander the castle grounds but you need to buy a ticket to get into any of the buildings, which cost about $20 for the 'Long Tour'. The first place we went into was St Vitus' Cathedral. This must have some sort of record - begun in 1344 by Emperor Charles VI but not finished until 1929! Its built on a ...

Mmm….Beer Cheese!

A travel blog entry by mergatroid


... somewhat resembles the Eifel Tower but is smaller in size. The tower has a viewing platform and it was well worth the effort to come up here and enjoy the view. There was a lot to take in and again the city of Prague did not fail to impress.

I decided to take a leisurely walk back down the hill rather than ride the funicular. This was a good choice as it was nice and peaceful and offered good views of the city from ...


This hotel, located in the Praha 8 area of Prague, is near Castle District (Hradcany), Petrin Tower (Rozhledna), Veletrzni Palace (National Gallery), and Krizikova Fontana.
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